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Shrimp in Coconut Gravy

Shrimp In Coconut Gravy
When we first came to USA we were in Owasso Ok and we celebrated my son's 4th birthday with all my hubby's colleague. One of his colleague wife Tintu -one of close friend prepare these very spicy Shrimp Curry for my son's birthday. It happens to be her grandma's recipe. I wanted to prepare them for a very long time but wasn't able to. I happened to be very free one Sunday and thought of preparing Tintu's recipe. The taste was exactly the same. The taste to this particular dish is the coconut gravy and nearly took me 1 hours to get the right color.A hearty thanks to my friend Tintu for share her grandma's recipe with me.Everyone should try them at home.

Serving Size:5

For the coconut Gravy:
1 cup freshly grated coconut or coconut powder
1tbsp hot chilli powder
1tbsp coriander powder
3tbsp coconut oil

First dry roast the coconut powder until it turns light brown in color. Then add 3tbsp of coconut oil.coriander and chili powder. S…

Healthy Burritos

A healthy, high-protein, low-fat breakfast provides the fuel you need to get going in the morning.A good breakfast always starts one's day and making burritos with your choice of vegetables and meat gives all the energy to need perform well any where.Burrito sized flour tortillas are available in all store for a very quick fix anytime of the day but I prefer to use these store brought tortillas for making quesadillas only.I love to make burritos using home made chapathis instead of ready made tortillas.These are hubby's great choice of fast food whenever we have the urge to have some light snack during the weekends. First shop that comes to his mind would Taco Bell..which I don't really like much compared to my burritos:)

Burritos are a traditional food of Ciudad Ju├írez, a city in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, where people buy them at restaurants and roadside stands.A burrito or taco de harina, is a type of food found in Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine. It consists …